Ukulele Info : Is there a better way to relax than by playing the ukulele? It's not only one of the most sold musical instruments in 2020, but it is also one of the most affordable (and charming) instruments as well. Indeed you\u2019ll find a lot of cheap ukuleles that are totally worth your money - one of which is the Martin Smith ukulele that we reviewed. Indeed, it's a really cheap ukulele, but is it the best cheap ukulele ? Let's find out. That said, let us introduce you to the Martin Smith Ukulele. One of the most sold ukuleles on Amazon. It comes in 6 different colours: a bright red, an electric blue, a glossy black, a cute pink, a natural wooden look and (our favourite) a Union Jack one. Everyone can find the look that brings the most happiness to them\u2026 Each one has a catchy look, the colours are really bright, a nice look that also makes it difficult to lose the instrument... Once you tune it, it offers a warm and round sound that is quite exceptional for this price! Intermediate players or advanced ones might prefer to change the strings as they are quite cheap, which is perfectly fine for a beginner. Like every Martin Smith product, it doesn\u2019t come alone, but we admit that the gig bag is not as good as you\u2019d expect -it is really thin and won\u2019t protect much\u2026 Ukulele Dimensions and Stats : Ukulele weight : 0,82 lbsUkulele Dimensions : 53.5 x 6 x 15.25 cmSize : 21" Full Size Soprano Experts Feedback This ukulele is a gem for beginners or kids! Affordable and good-looking, this is definitely a must-have for next summer. We were surprised by the warm sound it provides, as we didn\u2019t expect this from such a cheap ukulele. We would recommend buying another bag if you want to travel the world with it. One that would prevent scratches. Beginners might be a bit frustrated by tuning the ukulele as it doesn\u2019t hold the tune for long \u2026 Advanced players might be a bit disappointed by the material and by the lack of versatility of this ukulele, but you get what you pay for! If you are looking for something a bit better but pricier), check out our Fender Ukulele review.